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| Courses, Lessons, News, Technical

    There are lots of different snowboard camps to suit different abilities and goals. Whether you want to build confidence, hit the park, or explore the backcountry, there is something for you. There are also snowboard camps specifically designed for females only. In this post, we will answer the…

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| Freestyle, News, Technical

  The alps have seen an explosion of people going on solo snowboarding holidays in recent years. One of the reasons for this is that many people have the flexibility their friends don’t have. These people don’t want to risk not getting their snow-fix by waiting for the off-chance that…

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| Backcountry, News, Technical

  Do you want to go on an exciting backcountry adventure, experiencing snowboarding in a totally new way? As well as ride some incredible untracked powder descents that will keep you daydreaming for many weeks to come. Splitboarding is all about strapping in, trekking out and riding untracked terrain that…

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| Backcountry, News, Technical

  On our Powder Safari snowboard trip to Japan last winter we were lucky enough to have an opportunity to hike and ride Mount Asahidake, an active but dormant volcano and the highest mountain on Hokkaido. The volcano last erupted in 1739 and the local government is pretty confident it…

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| Courses, Improvers, News, Technical

14th – 21st December 2019: All levels   Get ahead of the rest with a pre-season snowboard camp to kick start your winter and progress your riding to the next level.  The MINT Snowboarding December Snowboard Camps are designed for all levels of snowboarders, from complete beginners through to advanced…

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| Backcountry, Courses, News, Technical

  One things for sure, if you love snowsports you’ve probably heard about the island of Hokkaido, Japan; If you haven’t, then get on google now and seek it out. With an average winter snowfall of 17m (compare that to an average European resort snowfall of 4-7m) of the driest,…

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